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PROJECT INFORMATION

    MathWorld Interactive, a project by Carolynn S. Mortensen, began as MathMagic FidoNet in 1991, and was an interactive project on the Math Forum site through May 30, 1999. In June, 2002, Carolynn re-launched the project but found it necessary to close it again in November, 2002.

    The interactive site was dedicated to helping educators and parents motivate their students to solve open-ended word problems, communicate mathematically, and share cultural and geographical information. Participating were students from all over the world working on open-ended word problems (levels: K-3, 4-6, 7-8, 9-12) called MathWorld Interactive Challenges. The Challenge Cycle started every 12 weeks and the students followed a specific problem-solving format.

    The archived questions and submitted solutions are available.

CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS

K-3/Age 5-8
      Challenge:First Student:responses
      Challenge:Second
      Challenge:Third
      Challenge: #1 Student:responses
      Challenge: #2 Student:responses
      Challenge: #3
      Challenge: #4 Student:responses
4-6/Age 9-11
      Challenge:First Student:responses
      Challenge:Second
      Challenge:Third
      Challenge: #1 Student:responses
      Challenge: #2 Student:responses
      Challenge: #3
      Challenge: #4 Student:responses
7-8/Age 12-13
      Challenge:First
      Challenge:Second
      Challenge:Third
      Challenge: #1 Student:responses
      Challenge: #2
      Challenge: #3
      Challenge: #4 Student:responses
9-12/Age 14+
      Challenge:First Student:responses
      Challenge:Second
      Challenge:Third
      Challenge: #1
      Challenge: #2
      Challenge: #3
      Challenge: #4

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